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Drum Media

Drum Media was a free weekly tabloid-sized music and lifestyle magazine (street press) established in 1990 and based in Sydney, Australia. It was distributed throughout Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle and Canberra, and surrounding districts. The magazine was released every Tuesday (every Thursday in Perth). In 2013, the magazine changed its name to The Music. It is no longer audited.

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The Dirty Three: Metro Theatre, Sydney (5 November, 2001)

Live Review by Mark Mordue, Drum Media, 23 April 2002

SOMETIMES I COULD just run into a river and drown. ...

M. Ward: M Ward: Newtown, Sydney

Live Review by Mark Mordue, Drum Media, December 2004

SO YOU ASK what magic is? And the roof above you has lights like long red teardrops hanging from it, splashing down stars into the ...

The Birthday Party, Rowland S. Howard, You Am I: Want To Rule Britannia? Australian Bands Breaking The UK

Report and Interview by Jenny Valentish, Drum Media, 2005

As a rash of homegrown bands start to make waves overseas, Jenny Valentish looks at the long and bloody history of Australian bands and the ...

Daniel Lanois: The Basement, Sydney

Live Review by Mark Mordue, Drum Media, 14 April 2006

DANIEL LANOIS is a strange kettle of fish. You wouldn't call his voice magic, but there's a lot going on in his mind and how ...

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